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  1. A Whale of a Time!

    For some, whale watching is a spiritual experience, for others it is an appreciation of this grand animal of the ocean. A minority can’t see what all the fuss is about, but we are confident that one day these souls will be enlightened! Whales have been making their annual migration north from Antarctic waters since…
  2. Byron Bay Triathlon/ Kids Aquathon Saturday 11th May, 2013

    For the serious athlete, the Olympic distance triathlon course will test & challenge one’s fitness with the added advantage of being set in one of the most beautiful seaside towns in the world. For the first time ever, ByronBayTri has won council approval for closure of the roads. This is a great win for the…
  3. The Byron Coastal Aquathon

    [caption id="attachment_96" align="aligncenter" width="301"] India after exiting the swim leg, embarking on the final run.[/caption] The Byron Coastal Real Estate Junior Aquathon was an exciting day for the community & the atmosphere was buzzing despite the dreary weather. The young competitors were absolute troupers. Follow the link below to read more: http://www.byronnews.com.au/news/young-flock-to-aquathon/1868061/
  4. Byron Property Market Update April 2013

    The Macro Picture – yields remain relatively attractive The number of sales transactions continues to improve across the Byron Shire market. In particular, we are seeing investors and lifestyle purchasers return to the market as global economic conditions continue to improve (the recent wobbles notwithstanding). A recent report by UBS on the Australian property market…
  5. Byron Bay’s New Library

    Byron Bay’s new library is a resource that is being celebrated by the whole community. The architects have designed the library with natural light in mind & from several areas, have succeeded in bringing the outside in. One can even enjoy watching local bird life in the adjacent parkland. Its open plan design is spacious,…
  6. Autumn School Holiday Activities

    Families are spoilt for choice with a host of activities to choose from when holidaying in Byron. School holidays are a great time to visit with so many things to do. There are many hours of fun to be enjoyed on Byron’s beautiful beaches. Our beaches are great for the whole family & perfect for…
  7. The Brunswick Heads Kites & Bikes Festival, Sunday March 24, 2013

    The wonderful thing about visiting Byron Bay is the host of activities on offer in Byron & the surrounding areas. Last weekend’s highlight was the annual Brunswick Heads Kites & Bikes Festival. Kids were able to decorate & parade their bikes as well as make & fly their own kites. The kite design kit given…
  8. Bangalow Village Edge Estate: Stage 1

    Lot 2 on Parrot Tree Crescent has been sold to a local family for $340 000 by Byron Coastal Real Estate’s Gail Fuller. They are thrilled with the purchase & look forward to building their family home in the near future. With only a short drive to Bangalow’s local shops, restaurants & schools, this is…
  9. Kentucky Fried Chicken rejected by Council

    The on-going controversy surrounding KFC’s presence in Byron’s CBD was once again rejected last Thursday by seven of the nine councillors. Their argument for rejection was predominantly due to insufficient car parking space, although Paul Waters (President of Byron United) mentioned during the morning public access, that it was a bad fit for Byron &…
  10. School Holiday Fun in Byron

    When it comes to holidaying in Byron, families are spoilt for choice when selecting activities. First stop is the beach, as no matter what the weather, kids are always happy swimming in the water & splashing in the waves. Having a boogie board can extend beach time ten fold! For those wishing to take it…